The environment at a farm site can be unpredictable due to different seasons we deal with all year round. One of the basic functions of poly tarps is to help farmer owners preserve their crops against harsh weather conditions like extreme heat or heavy downpour. Hay tarps are used to prevent harvested hay from developing molds or fermenting quickly.
Protective shield for your farm equipment
The cost of farm equipment units can be very expensive. A small farm that has limited funds to invest on a permanent storage structure to store farm equipment and tools will benefit from temporary storage structures made from poly tarps. Tarps are affordable and offer a wide range of seasonal protective covering from livestock shade structures, cattle shade structures, bunker tarps to the smallest poultry curtains. Tarps can be cumtomise to suit every farmer’s needs and budget.
Among the uses of tarps to farmers is for load hauling when they need to carry their harvested products to the market. For ease while transporting livestock and perishable goods like fruits and veggies, farmers who want to ensure no load gets dispersed on the road use tarps to cover them. Tarps also come handy when farmers need to unload waste materials to designated disposal sites.
There are farmlands in some states of Australia are also exposed to extreme dry spells. If the farm owner can’t afford to build a permanent irrigation, the alternative solution to resolve water supply shortage is the use of Polytex tarps. Here, a temporary trench is created to divert the water to an area where it’s badly needed.
I do hope this topic has shared valuable insights on the many uses of tarps from the most sought eco shelters, grain bunker tarps, hay sheds, temporary warehousing or factory dividers there is a particular tarp to suit your needs. If you own a small farmland and wish to ensure your farm business is protected against unpredictable weather conditions, find out what types of tarps will help you achieve this goal.
Fabric façades are becoming more and more popular nowadays mainly because of the many benefits that come with such installations. These fabric façades are used as a long-lasting and cost-effective alternative to the traditional metal mesh façade screens. In general, the whole structure is composed of a framing system (usually made of modern aluminum) with steel brackets and the cladding material, which can be made of various materials like PVC and the likes. In many cases, professionals with experience and knowledge in the construction of temporary warehousing and other storage structures are more than capable of the installing these fabric façades.
The textiles used for fabric façades like PVC are manufactured in several ways. For instance, they can be either be sewn or glued together. There are others that are electronically welded or heat-sealed. The patterns to be used are created through a computer software, and this creates the model which the installer will follow. In many instances, these programs are the same as those used in the design of temporary storage structures.
People who toil daily in their fields will know best the value of a plentiful harvest. An abundant yield can undoubtedly make all the hours of hard labour in the fields seem worthwhile. To many people, it might seem that a good harvest can get rid of all kinds of headaches. But, plentiful harvests do end up creating a different kind of headache i.e. the headache of storing the produce safely. After all, not everyone has temporary warehousing space for storing this yield.
When farmers need to cope with seasonal peaks, they will invariably consider all their onsite storage options. Many Australian farmers use grain storage bunkers and silos for storing their agricultural produce. Prudent farmers often construct these structures onsite. This enables them to increase the volume of grain that they can store onsite. Constructing these structures is not only worthwhile, but also cost effective in the long run. Unfortunately, not all farmers have the means to pay for the construction of these structures. As a result, they need to rely on utilising temporary storage structures that are more affordable and flexible.
For many years, farmers across the country have utilised tarps for a myriad of purposes. For some, tarps offer immense utility as cattle or livestock shade structures. These structures keep the cattle comfortable and protected from the elements. Others use tarps for securing their hay from the elements. For instance, hay and grain bunker tarps can keep your grain safe in all-weather conditions. More importantly, these tarps can protect your crops from a variety of rodents and pests too.
Grain bunker tarps and hay tarps are easy to spot all over Australia. These tarps are invaluable for farmers, especially during the harvest season. Not many farmers can afford to set up permanent storage structures for storing their agricultural produce. Leaving them out in the open could leave them exposed to the elements. Alternatively, leaving the crops uncovered could render them susceptible to attacks by rats and other kinds of pests. In either scenario, leaving your grain or hay uncovered could nullify months of hard labour.
But, tarps do not merely come into use in the agricultural sector. They are invaluable in industries and factories as well. If you have a large expanse of space and want to partition it, you might consider the merits of erecting a wall. However, a wall will be inconvenient if your requirements are temporary in nature. In this scenario, tarps can be very handy. You could use them to create factory dividers or warehouse divider walls. Thereafter, once you have accomplished your objectives, you could easily remove these tarps and put them away for subsequent use.
At Polytex Tarpaulins, we specialise in manufacturing big tarpaulins to suit a myriad of applications. Our products are ideal for use in the agricultural, industrial, mining and transportation sectors. The high quality and versatility of our tarpaulins makes them ideal for use as livestock shade structures in farms. At the same time, you could use them to meet your temporary warehousing needs as well.
People in the transportation sector, often use flatbed trucks and other vehicles for transporting goods and other cargo. Some individuals transport their property by trucks as well. In either instance, large and small materials can easily fly out of the back of the truck when the truck is in motion. This will naturally result in the loss of materials or cargo. The material will invariably end up littering the roads. Even worse, it could end up hitting vehicles and motorists that are directly behind the truck too.